EPFR in the news – January 2023

Scroll down to find out where EPFR’s data has been cited this month.


January, 25

The Wall Street Journal – Jittery Investors Turn to Cash in Hunt for Yield

According to EPFR data, investors have added about $135 billion to global money-market funds in the past four weeks. Making it the best stretch since the four-week ended in May 2020.


January, 19

Financial Times – Super passive goes ballistic; active is atrocious

Using EPFR’s data, FT’s Robin Wigglesworth looks into the year 2022’s net cumulative fund flows for active and passive bond and equity funds.


January, 16

Pensions & Investments – Shift away from globalization seen as an advantage for active management

“The inflationary impact of deglobalization will be a medium-term challenge for investors rather than long-lasting, said Cameron Brandt, director of research at institutional fund flow data provider Emerging Portfolio Fund Research Inc. That’s because when international trade is interrupted, it takes time for domestic alternatives to replace the cheaper producers and service providers abroad — but many can eventually be replaced, he said.”


January, 15

Bloomberg TV – Cameron Brandt appeared on Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia

EPFR’s Director of Research at EPFR discusses his views on global markets and investment strategies.

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